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The interpretation of St. John: an exposition of the divine drama; the Nazarene's life, and what it teaches to man. The glory or tragedy of man's soul in the exercise of its inherent capability to become divine.

Author: R Swinburne Clymer
Publisher: Quakertown, Pa., Philosophical Pub. Co. [1953]
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Genre/Form: Commentaries
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Clymer, R. Swinburne (Reuben Swinburne), 1878-
Interpretation of St. John.
Quakertown, Pa., Philosophical Pub. Co. [1953]
(OCoLC)647454805
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: R Swinburne Clymer
OCLC Number: 260252
Description: 266 pages 24 cm

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